Animation

Vídeos

NUTS + BOLTS S1 EP1
22:46

Nuts + Bolts: Stop Motion

Tyler cumple su sueño: crear su propia película de animación stop-motion.
VICE News Shorts
2:30

Why are so many tech companies worth billions?

Investors use a form of analysis called valuation to determine what a private company is worth. But is art or science?
Relapse: Opioid Crisis in Canada
2:01

How I Beat Fentanyl

A fentanyl addiction took over A'lisa Ramsey's life, this is how she got it back.
Motherboard Pilot Week
3:17

Whiz Kidz: The Internet

We often talk about science and the future, but what do kids actually think about the future?
Motherboard Pilot Week
5:05

Greatest Moments In Hacking History: Samy Kamkar Takes Down Myspace

In this Pilot episode of Greatest Moments in Hacking History, Motherboard talks to hacker Samy Kamkar about the time he took down Myspace.
Motherboard Pilot Week
21:56

Which of These Five Shows Should Motherboard Make More Of?

Join us as we introduce pilot episodes for five new experimental series.
Motherboard Pilot Week / Clip
0:54

Hold Onto Your Butts: Motherboard's Pilot Week Is Coming (Trailer)

A trailer for Motherboard's Pilot Week, a weeklong release of short form experimental videos.
Profiles by VICE
22:34

Une vie de monstres

À la rencontre du type à l'origine des créatures et des effets spéciaux de Star Wars et Jurassic Park.
Creators
2:24

Lighting the Sails of the Sydney Opera House

Design collective Universal Everything illuminates the sails of the Sydney Opera House using a mix of projection mapping, hand drawings and CGI illustrations.
Creators
14:07

ReForm | Creating 3D Digital Actors

We explore the frontier of the 3D face-and body-scanning technology used to create digital doubles for films, video games, and holograms.
A-Z
1:43

A-Z of 90s Slang

In a film directed by the Layzell Bros, and starring some of the most nostalgic animation of all time, we throwback to the glory days with the A-Z of 90s Slang.
Creators Meets / web
9:20

Animating Noam Chomsky | An Afternoon With Michel Gondry

We talk to producer Michel Gondry in his Brooklyn home about his project, "Is the Man Who Is Tall Happy?"